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Re: [Discuss-gnuradio] Zedboard and Pybombs

From: Keyur Parikh
Subject: Re: [Discuss-gnuradio] Zedboard and Pybombs
Date: Sat, 11 Apr 2015 17:36:08 -0700

So after getting your email I erased the pybombs folder I had and did these steps

Again ran to 100% completion (in an usually short amount of time) and I still can't find any of the related files after searching for gr_* 

When running 
it seems like it's just choosing not to install all the necessary dependencies.

I went through and installed the packages listed as dependencies of gnuradio one by one before again trying 
and got the old

PyBombs.sysutils - WARNING - deb_exists: could not find a downloadable version of libboost1.53-dev
PyBombs.sysutils - WARNING - deb_exists: Does not satisfy requirement...downloadable version of libboost-dev (1.48.0) is not >= 1.53

Before again seeing

Installing 100% [====...===]

And then being returned to the pybombs directory, again with no gr_* search results.


On Sat, Apr 11, 2015 at 3:25 PM, Greg <address@hidden> wrote:
You'll want to do './pybombs env' to create a setup_env.sh script that you can source to set up the environment. Assuming you took all the defaults when you ran pybombs, the installation actually went into a directory called target located in the same directory where you cloned the pybombs git repo. That is where you should find the setup_env.sh script.

- Greg

On Sat, Apr 11, 2015 at 2:16 PM, Keyur Parikh <address@hidden> wrote:

I'm trying to get GNU Radio installed on a Zedboard and decided to give pybombs a shot. It's a take on Ubuntu 12.04 called Xillinux (so that my group is able to interact with the FPGA).

After running these few lines
My Zedboard took a while to do the installation, but claims 100% installation... and then nothing. I'm looking in /usr/local/bin for any of the gr .elf files. As far as I can tell pybombs hasn't actually been installed anywhere. Am I missing something? Should I be doing something else entirely when working with an embedded version of Ubuntu? We really want to stick with this since we know how to send data to and from the FPGA already.


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